I think the answer to my question will be one of two things: No or Yes, but way too much trouble. But anyways:
What I want to do:
Write a windows program that can run in the background (does not need to be a service)
When it is running, take all queries to the A drive and have them go to the F drive.
A stuipd program for a class I'm taking requires a tracking disk that is hard coded to only access the A: drive. As we all know, floppy disks are not very realiable.
Anyone know if this would be possible? If so a good starting point because I'm blanking on that.